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Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
highlight all the attractions and point of interest along the ...
... our hotel. In order to save on money we found a place about 20km outside city center. That's really not very far in general terms. BUT in Luxembourg terms it is. 20km outside of Luxembourg City is in France. In case you were wondering. So I am currently, accidentally, in France. It has been a strange day full of lots of laughs and eye opening experiences on how an entire country can be so extremely small. Tomorrow we are headed back to Germany. And not to just anywhere... To the Black ...
... was hell and it seemed to take forever. Just as I was about to turn right onto the motorway there at the side of the road was a hotel and of course I went straight in there.
I was now sweating in this heat and was desperate for a drink. Sadly this hotel had no rooms available but it sure did have some ice cold drinks available and that was fine with me. The kind gentleman at reception made a few calls and managed to get me a room in a motel just up the road and so this ...
... joined the hoards of children playing on the play equipment (as did Sage).
Mom, Dad, and I went in the cafeteria to see what we could add to our fruit and cheese for lunch. Apparently cafeteria means something entirely different in Luxembourgish, because what we found was more like Fair food. The main course options were hot dogs and croquet Monsieur (a grilled ham and cheese sandwich popular in France). The ...
... to the train station. We got to listen to a recording the whole time that explained characteristics of the city and culture. It was really cool and the most interesting thing I learned was the fact that the daily newspaper will feature articles in German French and Luxembourgish just depending on what the writer feels like writing in that day. THAT'S how integrated and diverse this city is with people from all over.
After the tour we went to the square and ...